14 MARCH 1846, Page 11

Mr. J. A. Gordon, an extensive landowner in East Somerset,

addressed a circular on the 4th ultimo, to above sixty of his tenants, offering to relieve them of their farms at Lady-day, if they felt alarmed at the repeal of the Corn-laws; and requesting an answer before the 28th February. In a letter to the Globe of this evening, Mr. Gordon communicates the result- " Although at Mr. William Miles's threshold, and most of us his supporters, not one accepted. If panic ever really did exist, it is fast dying away among the farmers. That it is also among the landlords, may be gathered from the fact of persons applying to myself for land, who had to leave their holdings under the Members for East Somerset and Bristol, as they stated, from their being desirous to farm it themselves."